Five years into the right-wing extremist NSU trials, the victims' families are disappointed. They demand a verdict on the radical right-wing terrorists and justice. Many feel let down by the court system.
For months, German authorities have been investigating the source of more than 200 right-wing extremist emails that were sent to institutions across the country. Now police say they have a suspect.
Police now believe the man they have in custody over more than 200 violent emails had an accomplice, given the continued threats. The emails have been sent to mostly left-leaning politicians and journalists.
More than 100 threatening emails have been sent to politicians, journalists, public figures and institutions across Germany in recent weeks. Investigators see a link between the emails, signed using neo-Nazi terminology.
Investigators say the terrorist attack on two mosques in New Zealand was carried out by a single perpetrator. But referring to him as a "lone wolf" deceptively conceals a breeding ground of extreme-right terror.
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